Don Corleon drops 10-track “Finally Riddim”

Don Corleon, known for his big riddims like Mad Ants, Drop Leaf , Scriptures and The Message (among many others) has released a new reggae project, the “Finally Riddim,” in June 2024. This riddim, again, combines traditional reggae sounds with modern elements, featuring a variety of artists such as Christopher Martin, Kimeco, Gentleman, Pressure Busspipe, Keely Keyz, Meleku (the son of Sizzla), Tarrus Riley, and T.O.K. We personally love the tracks from Tarrus Riley: “It Nuh Mek Sense” (dedicated to Peetah Morgan), Kimeco’s “El Shadai,” and Gentleman’s “Watch Over Me” which have quickly gained attention.

The “Finally Riddim” is now available on streaming platforms, and this release reinforces Don Corleon’s significant influence on reggae, following his previous riddim successes and releases. By continuing to produce high-quality music, Corleon remains committed to preserving the authentic sounds of reggae while also exploring new creative directions​